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Fresh update on "alexandria" discussed on Here and Now

Here and Now

01:15 min | 37 min ago

Fresh update on "alexandria" discussed on Here and Now

"2030 Julian thanks so much and congratulations again It's a real honor Very much appreciate it Thanks for having me We've been reporting all day about the mass shooting and you've all the Texas And we want to focus now on the 21 victims of that attack Here now is Peter O'Dowd is with us from Phoenix and Peter what do we know about the children and the teachers who died The children who never came home from raw elementary school yesterday were between 7 and ten years old They were in third and fourth grade They were just babies just days from summer break Javier Lopez was ten years old His mother Felicia told Martinez told The Washington Post that she will never forget her son's smile Jose Flores eliana Cruz Torres Jackie cazeres all ten years old Relatives have confirmed the identities of at least 8 more of the victims on social media and I'm gonna take a moment to read their names Elie Garcia Halia Nicole silvero JC Carmelo Louis vanos Tess Marie mata Nevaeh bravo McKenna Lee elrod Maitai Rodriguez an Alexandria anaya Lexi Rubio whose cousin called her a bright light in everyone's life Uziah Garcia was 8 His grandfather Manny Renfro told The Associated Press that he was the sweetest little boy that he had ever known Amarillo Garza just turned ten this month and her father angel told ABC News that his little love is now flying high with the angels above Annabelle Guadalupe Rodriguez was ten Third grade Her family told KHOU that she was in the same classroom as her cousin who was also shot and killed and we do not yet know the name of her cousin Those were some of the children who died in their classroom along with their fourth grade teachers earmark Garcia was 46 She spent her entire 23 years of teaching at rob elementary school according to the school's website She had a husband and four children.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:11 min | 2 d ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Revision Path

"And this is a passion project. I've already finished the beginning and figured out the beginning and end. So I just I've just been working on it diligently and hopefully I am going to get this published. Maybe next year or the following year, given how much time I'm able to work on it with everything else going on. That sounds amazing. I'd love to read them once you have it. Once it's out there and ready, I'd love to read that. Absolutely. I will send you a link personally. What is the best advice that you've ever been given like regarding your craft?.

"alexandria" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:21 min | 2 d ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Revision Path

"For this week's interview, I'm talking with Alexandria bachelor, illustrator, creative director, and CEO of foxy design in Brooklyn, New York. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. Hi, everyone. My name is Alexandria bachelor. AKA boxy design. I am currently the CEO and creative director of boxy design, completely self employed right now, and I am a designer. But I specialize in branding, illustration, and comic production specifically. So that's me in a nutshell. How is the year going for you so far? Going really well, actually. Lots of good projects are coming in. I've actually started subcontracting. That's where I've started leveling up where I have acknowledged that I can't do it all by myself. And one of my mentors taught me that he kind of taught or ingrained this mentality of looking out for your community and your network and taking on all the talented people that you know and spreading the wealth because I am tired so this year I am focusing on self care and that's why I'm bringing like oh you have some time all right I got two projects for you here and I got this much money and I got this for you and this for you. So that's kind of how I started managing my business this year and it's already working quite well. So good start so far. That's a great start so far. I'm telling you and for people that are out there listening that might be running one person shops, the minute that you get into subcontracting, you will feel like you have unlocked the cheat code. Like wait a minute, I can I can do this self once you build the network or that collective, you're like, oh, I got this. No, because you can not just do it a lot..

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'Culture Jamming' With PrimeTime Alex Stein

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 3 weeks ago

'Culture Jamming' With PrimeTime Alex Stein

"Alex Stein. If you haven't heard of him prime time, 99 Alex Stein, Jackson. I can't even see that on the radio. I'm already going crazy, Morgan. Oh my goodness. Well, thank you. Thank you for taking time. If you're very busy day, you're a small businessman, and an Internet sensation apparently. So praise B, thank you for joining. That is true. And as my sister and Christ, I appreciate being here. And let me tell you something. Being a viral sensation is not easy. It's a lot of pressure and a lot of people have been like, oh, Alex, you know, it's congratulations on all your success or your viral videos. Going viral is a terrible thing Morgan because now I'm like, what am I gonna do next? I've already worn women's swimwear to a city council meeting and like I'm literally gonna have to jump in a fire and light myself on fire next. I just don't know the pressure is it's overwhelming sometimes. Oh my God, okay, so if people are listening and are aware, he's very satirical. And that's the whole point, Alex Stein is hilarious and goes and makes fun of the crazy lefties, the wokeness at city council meetings and government public hearings where you can speak directly to your representatives. And so Alex don't hate me, but I have a clip that I want to show of you and the women's bathing suit. So if we could play that producers. Hello, how are you guys doing, counsel? So my name is Alexandria Stein. And I'm here today to call out transphobia here in Plano. I'm currently being restricted from swimming in the city of planet swim league against the women, even though it's clear that I reassigned my gender last week, like for example, do I look like a man? Obviously a not. This is a woman, but they're not going to let me swim and compete against the ladies because they're transphobia. So what I need you guys to do is I need you to wake up. We have champions like Leah Thomas. She's an NCAA champion. The best swimmer in college today. I can't get a scholarship unless I'm able to send a recruiting tape to these colleges. So they say, oh, oh, you have an unfair advantage Alexandria. What looks like? Does this look like an unfair advantage to you? Alex, can you explain what that was there? Okay, Morgan. So what that is, that's a crazy man that was dropped on his head as a child that has a lot of social issues and what he decided was is he going to do what is called culture jamming is and where we take the most absurd parts of our culture and we jam it in the public's face to try to bring awareness to how crazy the world has become. So people are like,

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Megyn Kelly: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is a One-Trick Pony

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

Megyn Kelly: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is a One-Trick Pony

"Garbage.

Axios: AOC, Squad Politics Backfire

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Axios: AOC, Squad Politics Backfire

"Axios inside the beltway publication I read every morning kind of gets me and gives me an idea of what the mainstream media and what the beltway folks are talking about. You know, whether they're talking about Ukraine and Russia or I don't know, even Henry the 6th in Churchill. Here's actually the hard left politics of representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the so called squad reports axios once a dominant theme for a vast amount of elected Democrats is backfiring big time on the party in power, top Democrats tell us. The latest sign of the backlash was the landslide recall this week of three San Francisco school board members. Who were criticized for prioritizing issues like the renaming of 44 public schools, I can not get over it, including ones honoring George, Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

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Liberal Hack Harasses Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin for Being Maskless in Grocery Store

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Liberal Hack Harasses Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin for Being Maskless in Grocery Store

"I noticed some liberal hack in a grocery store in Alexandria Virginia was harassing the new Republican governor He wasn't wearing a mask And of course she was And she should Matter of fact she should wear a bag over her head As so many liberals should as a matter of fact have you noticed as a rule mister producer conservatives or more attractive looking than liberals Have you noticed that in about 8 to ten pounds lighter I've noticed this I have noticed this Anyway so she's in a grocery store and she starts yelling at the governor She sounds like joy behar So with her voice all so the cats start meowing and the dogs start barking in the mice run for the hills with that kind of voice Sort of Brian stelter and address Brian not that there's anything wrong with that mind you Anyway so you know he's not wearing a mask and look around You everybody's wearing a mask Shut up you idiot No he didn't apple or something Then she makes another snarky

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Sean Spicer: The Story Behind the Podium

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Sean Spicer: The Story Behind the Podium

"What was it like when you first knew you were going to stand behind that Cody? So it was interesting because I was in New York City on December 22nd when Trump had announced that my family had come up. We were actually on our way to Rhode Island. It was a we normally had we go home to my parents place and spend Christmas up there. So I'd been in New York working on the campaign. So that we stopped in New York to kind of pick me up and it was about 1 o'clock. And I remember looking and all of the TV screens had it on. And you know, we went out to dinner and it was just that that day changed everything. And you know, I joke with people that there was the day, you know, I had done about 500 interviews. During the course of my 6 years at the RNC, and I had gotten recognized in like the sweater section of a Joseph a banks in Alexandria. And even then it wasn't even like a real recognition. The guy was like, I think you're the repository guy. Yeah. So it was definitely weird to suddenly go from that to like because, as you know, Trump is a very polarizing guy. Everyone had an opinion. They were either loved you or hated you right off the bat. And then it got much more intense. So it was just, I mean, it's sort of was very, very odd to go from. Walking down the street no one care to suddenly everybody's staring and pointing. And it was also just very weird for my family as well because suddenly it became a concern about what people them as well going, okay. Do you want to be do I need to worry about your safety

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Feds: Kansas woman led all-female Islamic State battalion

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Feds: Kansas woman led all-female Islamic State battalion

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Joe Biden Has Concerns for His Legacy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden Has Concerns for His Legacy

"Joe Biden is concerned about his his legacy. That's right. He doesn't want to just be remembered as a 50 year hack politician. He has even greater goals than that. And he's concerned that somebody like Kamala Harris when she exceeds to the fake throne that she's going to be a problem. So I really do think, you know, it was really worth it. It's in his best interest to get her out of the way to nominate her and then to figure out probably Hillary Clinton who would be his vice president. What do you think of that? Well, the secret committee formally known as Joe Biden has been meeting in a conference room in old town Alexandria, nonstop for the last week. And these members of the deep state, the people who signed the letter saying that Hunter Biden's laptop was rushed to disinformation. This is the secret committee that's actually been governing the country. While Joe Biden just jumps on the legs of visitors like a poorly trained lab puppy, but they don't want Kamala Harris because they don't think that she will follow orders, they don't think that she will be as transparent and insignificant a puppet as the meat puppet Joe Biden. So I think they want someone more like the villain from a movie about the CIA. And I think what we're going to see, it's going to shock people. Joe Biden's the secret committee formerly known as Joe Biden. We'll choose as his vice president to replace camel a Harris. They will choose Dick Cheney. And Dick Cheney will lead America into a useless failed war against Russia in order to restore LGBT rights in Moscow.

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AOC Mocked for Catching COVID After Maskless Miami Jaunt

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 4 months ago

AOC Mocked for Catching COVID After Maskless Miami Jaunt

"Of text messages on the my pillow text line about AOC getting COVID after being photographed partying maskless in the state of Florida. Let me just read some of them. Mike, what will AOC be given? Remdesivir? Ivermectin? Hydroxychloroquine and zinc? Here's another one. Well, maybe AOC will use her sick time to dream about how beautiful it's gonna be when Trump finishes draining the swamp. Here's a kind of a nasty one. Alexandria Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a double minded double standard irritatingly awful woman. Who deserves only what she wants for Republicans. Nobody deserves COVID. I hope she recovers and has an easy time like the vast majority of people are doing. But I'm sure AOC has spouted the talking point. We've had over 800,000 people in America die of COVID. Well, evidently, that's not true either.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Already, so new year, new happy things. Jeremy, Nick, do you all have anything I want to share that is making you happy this year? For sure. Bonus points if it isn't CES related. It's not CES related. So we got into Demon Slayer last year. I don't remember when at some point. Loved it, totally enamored with it. Couldn't wait till moving train came out. Never saw mugen train because it wasn't in any of the theaters around here. I never ended up buying it online. I learned, I don't know, three days ago, that there's like 6 episodes of season two out, which I didn't even know it was out yet. And I go to look on Hulu and boom. There's moog and train and all the episodes so far that have aired from season two. So hey, we started watching demons layer again and I'm happy. I need to finish season one before I watch the rest of it. But I've watched, I think I've watched the first 9 or ten episodes, and it looked and it's done very well. I just have so many other amazing and I was like 24 episodes or something, it's long. It's only too cool. So it's not that long. I mean, for anime, it's not that long. Well, if you want to look at long, look at one piece or case close. Yeah, I'm just used to Netflix shows. They come out and we get 8 episodes of season. And I'm like, I want more than 8. I mean, they're all an hour long, but whatever. They're not all now or long. Yeah, close enough. But yeah, I'm always happy when I hear of more people enjoying anime. It needs to be more of that in the world. Jeremy, what you got? Well, I was complaining a little bit before about smartwatches and how they're not really doing it for me lately. And so one of our former coworkers got me on the G shock train again, the casio G shock train recently. And I gifted myself for Christmas a hate their names at their watches, but it's the GBD 200 SM something something. They have different initials for different colors. But basically, it's kind of that old school blocky casio look that we know and love, but it has just enough, I won't even call them smarts, but just enough additional functionality to make me happy. In other words, it can track steps and distance. And that's kind of really all I want right now. Plus, it's the traditional watch batteries that last for a couple of years, so I'm not charging it every morning. We'll see if I get over my grumpiness once some of these wear OS three watches come out. But right now that's making me happy. And then the other thing I'm a little late on this train, but do you guys remember Andy weir, the guy who wrote the Martian? Yeah. Or as I like to call it the Martyn. He had a book come out last year called project tell Mary that I finally got around to reading over the holiday break, and it was really good. It made me so happy. And I finished it in like a day and a half. So if you haven't read that yet, definitely check it out. And I learned from a podcast because I started going through down a rabbit hole after I.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"I think if that's the case, if it is super lightweight, that is what's gonna change the conversation. And instead of being, oh, do you really want a headset? That's wired still. It'll be, oh, well now you have a choice between dealing with a wire and having a way lighter headset or going wireless and having a much heavier headset, which I think that's a reasonable conversation versus Sony just you know cheaped out and didn't bother doing a wireless thing. So I'm really excited for what's Sony's gonna do. Oh, they also announced horizon. How could I forget that, though? So they have a brand new horizon game. It's horizon VR call the mountain. We got a teaser of it. It looks absolutely beautiful. It is also interesting to me though that they started off with a separate game that is specifically VR game when the talk was that they would be moving to a more hybrid model, which means most of their triple-A games would also be playable in VR. You know, so you don't have all these separate games. You basically decide. Do I want to play this game in VR or not? And then you just buy the game. Or maybe switch between the two. So having a separate VR game was an interesting first announcement, but there you go. That's the first, I guess, official announced Sony developed VR game for PSVR two. Maybe the PSVR two will be nice and light and will actually get me to buy both a console and a VR headset because that's the other issue. It's good luck finding a PS5 still. Maybe by the time the actual device is available for purchase set like the middle or end of the year, they'll have hopefully ramped up production enough to not be as much of a pain in the ass to find. 'cause I mean, that's gotta be killing Sony that they can't put enough of them on shelves to sell. 'cause yeah, they instantly sell out and that's great, but that also means that there's people who are buying xboxes because they can't buy a PS5. Probably. Yeah. I mean, I think that the Xbox is a little more widely available, but they also haven't sold nearly as many of them. So there's also that to consider. Something like a 5 million unit gap right now.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Yeah, I get it. I mean, that makes plenty of sense. Before I move on from quest stuff though, too little tidbits that I thought were interesting. So in this report, he was saying that the quest three won't utilize Snapdragon XR three. Instead, it'll probably use a proprietary chipset that hams called Facebook, whatever. Meta is working on. And then there was also the news yesterday, maybe the day before. That they stopped development on their own internal what it was called, which would basically bridge all of their AR and VR devices so they could all run one OS. So I thought it was interesting that they're probably still, you know, they're working on that proprietary chips that get away from Qualcomm, but they're likely not working on the OS that they were working on to get away from Android. I don't know what's going to go on there, but I thought that was a fascinating little tidbit that came through this week. Yeah, I mean, it'll be, it'll be interesting because anything that provides more competition in that space because, yeah, Snapdragon can do good work in this space, but they also need a little prodding in order to keep things fresh. Because if there's no, if there's no real competition, they don't have as much reason to push the envelope. Right. And it said that this SOC is going to focus on a GPU that's better designed for VR loads, which that kind of makes me think of what Google did with tensor in that instead of focusing on maybe general purpose computing and improving that. They focus specifically on AI compute. And in a lot of ways, a lot of the specialty VR stuff. And a lot of the specialty gaming stuff on the Nvidia side. That all uses AI to do stuff better than physically just pushing through it would do. So they're taking like a Google tensor approach. That's essentially what this reads like to me. Well, hopefully, hopefully it works well. Because if you're going to put a pro if you're going to make a pro device and then put a brand new chipset in it, you got to have all of your kinks ironed out. Otherwise you have what we have seen with the pixel 6. This is going to be for the end of 23. So they've got a year roughly to get that done before.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"We need more women's smart watches, and we need more women smartwatches that are actually small. Not just smaller actually small. But that's miniaturization takes time. It takes research and development, and that means a higher price and most people are not willing to pay that. Which is unfortunate. The other watch that we have is definitely a more feminine look. I kinda like this one. The Garmin Devo vivo moves sport because this is a smartwatch that doesn't really look like a smartwatch on first glance. It just looks like a traditional watch, but then if you tap the screen, the watch the two hands of the analog watch move away and it becomes a touchscreen that you can use to see your notifications, change your music, monitor your monitor your workouts. So that one looks interesting. I would actually like to try that one. Because it's got the more subtle, refined look. Yeah. It's an iterative update on a series that they've had going for a couple of years now and hybrid smart watches are a niche category within a niche category, but as we'll get to at the end of the podcast and what's making me happy, smart watches in general aren't, and this is the kind of thing that I think somebody like me would actually like to wear. Yeah, and I mean, I love the color choices here. The brown actually looks, I guess I should call it bronze, but the bronze actually looks pretty good. The mint green looks amazing. Yeah, that one looks nice. The light looks like it would probably be a little hard to read. Because I mean that like soft off white like very, very light rolls gold for the background and then you have white text. I feel like that's getting set up for like, okay, is this a vision test every time I try to go and look at something? But if they have this in blue, I would be pre ordering it. Yeah, I'd get that mint green, but swap the bands out for black. That'd be a nice look. Yes, it would. But it'll be an interesting one. I mean, it's still a matter of garment watches are great for fitness, but you don't get nearly as many apps and you don't get as much interoperability because it's Garmin's OS and not something like where were.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

06:00 min | 4 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"This is a very strange launch. I don't know. It's hard to understand that. It's just saying to me. All right. Haven't they been focusing more on the U.S. market in the last few generations? Hasn't that been successful for them? Or am I mistaken? The low to mid range has been successful. You know, they've taken market share a little bit from LG, not quite from Motorola, like you talked about earlier last year later last year, but I still don't know that the pro series and the regular number series have been growing as much as they would have liked in the U.S.? I mean, when it comes to flagship phones, it's just it's hard to muscle in on Samsung and Apple because even Google, Google had to really work to get the one plus 6 or to get the Google pixel 6 and pixel 6 pro in the conversation. And even still, they're probably only selling about what the one plus 9 series did anyway. Yeah. I don't really hear anybody talk about the pixel 6 anymore in my non techy circles. I feel like when it first came out, there were several people who asked me, hey, is the camera really is good? Is the ad say? And you know there were things like that that I noticed from people who don't normally ask about something that isn't a Samsung or an Apple phone. So that was a positive thing, at least for Google. I never hear that about one plus, though. Well, Google with the pixel 6 series in particular, at least initially did a really big advertising blizzard with the NBA and other sporting events and things like that. And I never see one plus as yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that's true. I don't know. And I think in many ways, one plus kind of lost its advantage, which was price because of the way they went. Which super premium is fine and all. And again, another interesting thing about this is that they only announced the ten pro, right? It did not announce the regular ten. Yeah, that was going to mention that. That's an interesting omission or new direction or yeah. You know, again. I didn't one plus also lose another significant advantage in the last year because one plus a software usually it would, you would see a couple of bugs, but they would get fixed quickly, and now that one plus and oppo have combined software divisions for phones, like we've just heard nothing but problems with the Android 12 rollout and with everything else, just everything takes twice as long and it's half as good. Well, and building on that too, the ten pro is launching with a a version of oxygen OS still, it's not even the combined color OS yet or whatever they're going to call it. Right. Which I guess is another weird thing about them launching this would wait until, I mean, maybe that's why they're waiting a little bit for a wider rollout, you know? Goodbye, yeah. That's very feasible..

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"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

04:23 min | 4 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"It's like a small monitor effectively by the time you fold it all the way out. So I could see, you know, if you're maybe a little more mobile, maybe like a mobile IT person who's running around solving things, and they got a little keyboard with them and a mouse, you know, they could pop this open next to a server or something and work on it, and they have to do that. But we're talking I don't know. A very small number of people that would probably actually find this useful. I think some of the other ones are more consumer ready and even then like that laptop one. Well, the flex note, it's basically a laptop size thing. That's one of those things where it's like, okay, this is cool that it's all screen and folds in half, but just like a lot of the other foldables we've seen like this that are laptops. That's really not useful. I mean, does anybody really want to type on a virtual keyboard that large with their fingers and they can't feel the keys? Yeah. That's like a game playing on this one. I'm like, look, virtual controls already suck. I don't want giant virtual controls that are probably harder to use because they're huge. With the S 21 FE haptics, they are gosh, yeah, don't even go there. The concept that I liked was the flex slide able. They're rolling concept because that's the one that I'm like, okay, I know that that one presents more technical challenges, but that's also the one that makes the most sense. At least in my mind. I think it was LG had the rollable, right? Yes. Last year. And to me, that was like the ultimate foldable, flexible, whatever form factor, because instead of having a hinge that you constantly have to open and close, I feel like that rollable just makes more sense from a usability standpoint. It's less it's less intrusive, you don't have to kind of stop open it up or stop and close it. It's not quite as I'm back to the splitting hairs thing, right? Is this really a big deal? Probably not. But I feel like people will use this more than maybe folding open a larger device that looks like a laptop or a trifold or even the fold three or.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Good morning evening afternoon whatever it is wherever you are. Welcome to another Android central podcast. I am so sorry that we have been off so much the last month, but you know, holidays. Anyhoo, CES is in full swing or actually probably starting to wind down today since it's Friday the 7th as we record this. I am joined by Jeremy Johnston, the new editor in chief for Android central. Hello, hello. And by Nicholas Cedric, who had the pleasure of very, very quickly doing a hands on and God, what was that? 72 hours for the Galaxy S 21 FE. Something like that. Basically the weekend. Yeah, but you love playing with your phones. Yeah, it's fun. What can I say? Yeah, certainly no complaints. They gave you the black one, right? Yes. That is a shame. I mean, don't get me wrong. Graphite looks okay for that phone, but if you're gonna send out a phone, send out that lavender. I mean, that blue is pretty. Yeah, the lavender is nice, but that the olive is yeah. I've got choice words about that. I have choice words for the designer that decided, oh, it wasn't bad enough that we put this on accessories and headphones and cases and things like that. Oh no, we're going to put it on a phone. Oh yeah, it's a 100% to compliment the galaxy buds too, but just kills me. But the galaxy has 21 FE is probably the biggest thing to come out of CES this year at least for us. There wasn't a whole lot of Android phones. There wasn't, well, there were some. There were some there were a couple of releases and then we had the Galaxy S 21 FE suck up all of the energy in the room. Because this phone is way overdue. We were expecting this phone what 6 months ago? And then first rumors started and I think August around the time the full and the flip three were announced..

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Jen Psaki Breaks With Progressives on Smash-and-Grab Robberies: 'We Don't Agree'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:27 min | 6 months ago

Jen Psaki Breaks With Progressives on Smash-and-Grab Robberies: 'We Don't Agree'

"Is wrong. This crime surge is happening and we must not look the other way. Here was Jen Psaki yesterday in this exchange with Fox News channels Jackie Heinrich. Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot appeared to pass the blame on to retailers for these smashing grads saying that she's disappointed that these stores are not for the security officers who plays them working cameras and chaining up Cayenne bags, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, congresswoman said earlier this week also that she doubted allegations of organized retail thefts which you believed it was a Walgreens in California that cited it with a giant didn't back it up. Does the president believe that organized retail theft is really happening and should it be on the stores themselves to take action to prevent it? Well, we don't agree. And I think our actions and the work that we have had in working with the Justice Department, the FBI and federal law enforcement show that we take, we have seen some of these extremely video extremely disturbing videos showing retail thefts and both major retailers as well as state and local leaders like governor Newsom have identified this as a serious concern. We agree. That's the reason why we have sent additional support from the FBI, providing additional assistance. It's one of the reasons why we have also been the president and members of our administration have been long time advocates for supporting and funding the cops program something where the president proposed almost 300 million in additional assistance through his budget from what it was last year and why we have also provided money to get a Friday provided financial assistance to get money to hire 50 more police officers through the cops program that the president has championed in places like San Francisco and additional 20 officers in Los Angeles. So I think his record speaks for itself on this. We are going to continue to advocate for supporting programs like the cops program, ensuring that our law enforcement are good partners as we're working to address these retail thefts across the country. I'm no fan of the Biden administration. I'm no fan of The White House press secretary, but that's the right answer. It is. We got to stop this insanity of progressives trying to convince the country we shouldn't believe our line eyes. This crime wave the surge in crime is real.

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House censures Rep. Gosar for violent video in rare rebuke

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

House censures Rep. Gosar for violent video in rare rebuke

"The house voted to censure Arizona Republican congressman Paul Gosar for posting an animated video that depicted him killing New York Democrat Alexandria Ocasio Cortez with a sword Democrats say it was a clear threat to a consequence as is life Gosar was unrepentant voluntarily took the cartoon down not because it was itself a threat but because some thought it was minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he doesn't condone violence but the censure is an abuse of power Democrats won't listen because they will do anything to distract from the failures of one party rule in one year destroying the nation across you Cortez says example matters it's time to draw the line when we incite violence with depictions against our colleagues that trickles down into violence in this country this is the fourth century in the house in nearly forty years Gosar will be removed from two committees at Donahue Washington

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House to vote on censuring Gosar for tweet on Ocasio-Cortez and Biden

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

House to vote on censuring Gosar for tweet on Ocasio-Cortez and Biden

"The house is expected to vote today to censure Republican representative Paul Gosar for tweeting an anime video depicting him killing democratic representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez with the sword Democrats say Gosar's actions amount to threatening another member's life calling the video which included him attacking president Biden so beyond the pale Republicans argue it should have been referred to the house ethics committee or handled by the GOP conference goes R. says it was not meant to depict harm but instead a symbolic portrayal of a fight over immigration policy the center would also strip Gosar from his committee assignments I'm

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Dems call for censure of GOP congressman over violent video

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Dems call for censure of GOP congressman over violent video

"Ten house Democrats are planning to introduce a resolution this week to condemn Republican Paul Gosar for tweeting a video that depicted him striking another member of Congress with a sword the group seeking the center of Arizona Republican Paul Gosar is led by the co chairs of the democratic women's caucus they say the video he posted Sunday goes beyond the pale the ninety second video an altered version of a Japanese anime clip focuses on migrants gathered at the southern border but in one scene Gosar's character strikes an image of Democrat Alexandria Ocasio Cortez in the neck with a sword the New York congresswoman has called him creepy Gosar said the video was not meant to depict harm or violence Jackie Quinn Washington

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GOP congressman under fire for anime attacking Ocasio-Cortez

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

GOP congressman under fire for anime attacking Ocasio-Cortez

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi wants an investigation into a GOP lawmaker who tweeted a video including altered animation showing him attacking a democratic colleague part of the video shows an animated figure bearing the face of the Arizona Republican Paul Gosar using a sword to strike the neck of another character made to look like Democrat Alexandria Ocasio Cortez she called out goes are on Twitter saying he shared a fantasy video with him killing me she later told reporters women of color who sound alarms about disturbing behavior are commonly ignored that is also reflected in the United States Lucy says the house ethics committee and that law enforcement should investigate what she calls a horrific video Sager made Ghani Washington

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Rep. Gosar under fire for anime attacking Rep. Ocasio-Cortez

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Rep. Gosar under fire for anime attacking Rep. Ocasio-Cortez

"Republican congressman Paul Gosar is being criticized for tweeting a video that includes altered animation of him attacking Democrat Alexandria Ocasio Cortez with a sword in part of the video animated characters with spaces were replaced with those of goats are and other lawmakers are seen fighting other characters Gosar's characterised seen striking the one made to look like a because he Cortez in the neck with a sort of because he'll Cortez's Gosar shared a fantasy video of him killing me but that house GOP leader Kevin McCarthy would shield him from consequences Twitter says Gosar's tweet violated its hateful conduct rules but says it may be in the public's interest to keep the tweet accessible Sager make ani Washington

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Ocasio-Cortez advises climate activists to push

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Ocasio-Cortez advises climate activists to push

"U. S. representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez who's brought her climate celebrity star power to the U. N. climate talks for this week's final push okay so close as a New York Democrat elected to Congress in twenty eighteen on a platform of greatly ramping up efforts to cut emissions was accompanied by a delegation led by house speaker Nancy Pelosi reporter author about her main message please and what was her advice to young activists who pressed governments to cut climate damaging fossil fuel pollution more quickly I would stay in the streets keep Pushin I'm Charles de Ledesma

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GOP Voters See Youngkin as Chance to Reverse Party Course

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:28 min | 7 months ago

GOP Voters See Youngkin as Chance to Reverse Party Course

"Morning. Good morning, mister young, and good to have you back. Good morning, you. How are you? Good. Your voice, I went down with the fetching misses Hewitt to listen to you on Saturday morning. We were surprised that there are a thousand Republicans and old town period. They all showed up, but I heard your voice and my wife turned to me, said I've heard your voice that way. You've been talking too much. So I gather, you've got crowds everywhere you're going according to The New York Times. Cue the crowds have been huge everywhere we're going. And yes, we've done 50 events in the last ten days. Wow. And I'm not going through adolescence again. But we're working every day to keep everything together. Yeah, Glenn young and if you're finishing with thousands of people at every rally according to The New York Times and poor old Terry mcauliffe, can't get ten people in a room. What's that tell you about this race? Well, we got huge momentum. It's really fun to see everybody come together across Virginia. And here what's been most amazing is it's Republicans, it's Democrats, it's independence. It's folks from all walks of life. I mean, the polls show it, we're winning. We're winning independents by double digits every event we have. I have people streaming in saying glad we're Democrats. We've never voted for a Republican before. We're voting for you. We've been in the Latino vote. We've been endorsed by organizations that have never endorsed Republicans before the Hampton roads black caucus. It is so great to see unity. It's so great to see everybody coming together and the momentum is huge. And you're right, that event announced that Andrea was something else. I thought there'd be 25 or 50 people. We had to code it on. And there were so many people. I thought I was going to say hi to you. Not a chance. There was a CF people and people. This is like the middle of New York City in Virginia. You can't you can't expect the Republican to barnstorm in Alexandria two days before an election. But Glenn young did. Yeah, and we're done. We just finished a big swing through southwest Virginia the crowds were huge. There's a red sign everywhere. It is really, really fun to watch this happen. You know, you it's no longer a campaign. It's a movement. It's a movement being led by parents. It's a movement being led by virginians and on this ballot on one side of it is Terry mcauliffe and his big government control and his desire to have parents separated from their children by government and on the other side as Virginia. In my name, but it's virginians and it is so so awesome to watch this

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2 border agents are fired for offensive Facebook posts

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 7 months ago

2 border agents are fired for offensive Facebook posts

"Congressional investigators say two border patrol agents have been fired for misconduct for participating in a private Facebook group that mocked migrants lawmakers and the act of rape there are thousands of current and former border patrol agents identified in the private group nine ten fifteen the code for migrants in custody but only two were fired out of twenty four recommended for dismissal the house oversight and reform committee says the Texas agent who was fired displayed an image depicting white supremacy and a fake image of president Biden touching Latino congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and a veteran California agent was the other posting a doctored image of former president trump raping a member of Congress along with homophobic means customs and border patrol issued a statement saying it will not tolerate hateful misogynist or racist behavior Jackie Quinn Washington

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"alexandria" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:02 min | 8 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Alexandra didn't lose any of its importance. It was still the capital of egypt and arguably more important than rome in some respects it was certainly richer and culturally more vibrant overtime. The museum became less important as a center for learning and alexandria became center for christian theology with the collapse of the western roman empire. Alexandria remain the second most important city in the byzantine empire after constantinople. It became the center of the coptic church. Which is a distinction. It still has today. Byzantine rule wasn't to last very long however by six forty one. The city was conquered by the arabs. This began a long decline for the city. Cairo became a much more important city as a center for islamic learning and the new egyptian capital city. A new islamic port city called rosetta located just forty miles. East of alexandria lesson alexandria's importance as a center of commerce as well over the centuries. The city changed hands several times with brief periods of pirate or crusader rule but it was mostly under arab control until the year. Fifteen seventeen when it was conquered by the turkish ottoman empire by the end of the eighteenth century. Alexandria had become a small town however it still had a part to play in world affairs. Napoleon invaded in seventeen ninety eight as part of his egyptian campaign and the british fought the french there at the battle of alexandria in eighteen o one. The french estimated the population of the city at this time as being between eight thousand and fifteen thousand people. The city began growing again in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The british kicked out the ottomans in nineteen fourteen. As part of the first world war it was the primary objective of both the germans and the british and the north africa campaign of the second world war egypt became independent in nineteen fifty two after a massive uprising against the british analogy andrea and the overthrow of egyptian king for ruch at his palace in the city. Today alexandria is again one of the largest cities in the world. It's the largest city on the coast of the mediterranean sea and the seventh largest city in africa with a population of five point. Two million people in two thousand and two a new library of alexandria was opened known as the bibliotheque alexandria it is an architectural centerpiece of the modern city and is located right next to the coast even though alexandria was one of the most important cities in the ancient world. There aren't a lot of ancient ruins to see. It doesn't have anything. Like the acropolis in athens or the coliseum. In rome there are some things that are visible but most of the conic structures were destroyed or have been buried under centuries of urban development nonetheless. Alexandria is a great place to visit. And it's often overlooked in favor of cities with ancient egyptian temples and tombs. It seaside has dozens of great restaurants and there are still some ancient ruins you can visit. And of course if you scuba dive you can actually see one of the seven wonders of the ancient world associate producers of everything everywhere. Daily are peter. Bennett and thor thompson. If you'd like to support the show please join the list of patrons over at patriot dot com and also remember if you.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:09 min | 8 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The name. Cleopatra isn't even an egyptian name. It's a macedonian name. I'll be doing a future episode on cleopatra and maybe one hundred sister as well who is fascinating in her own right. One of the first things that ptolemy created was an elaborate tomb for alexander it was having the tomb of alexander which gave him and his dynasty legitimacy in fact the tomb of alexander became a popular tourist attraction for centuries and it was visited by julius caesar and augusta's the body and tomb of alexander will also be the subject of a future episode in fact one of the reasons. I'm doing an episode on the city of alexandria now is that there are so many future episodes that are going to reference alexandria. I figured it was better to do this episode. I alexandria as the new capital of egypt grew quickly within a generation. It was bigger than carthage. It quickly became one of the most important trading cities in the world goods from the arab world and india nubia and ethiopia would pass through on their way to the rest of the mediterranean and vice versa. Within a hundred years of being founded. It became the biggest city in the world. After the death of ptolemy in two eighty three bc. His son told me the second. Philadelphia's built the other structure which define the city the great lighthouse of alexandria. This was listed as one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and it signified not only the importance of the city but the importance of trade and commerce in the city as well. The lighthouse actually stood for a surprisingly long time. He was destroyed by earthquakes in the early fourteenth century. Believe it or not you can actually still see the ruins of the lighthouse of alexandria underwater. I went scuba diving in alexandria back in two thousand nine in the harbor and you can easily see the massive stones as well as some sphinx statues beneath the waves. The library of alexandria was started under ptolemy the first and it grew over the centuries. It wasn't an architectural. Wonder like the tumor. The lighthouse but it did culturally defined the city. Perhaps more than anything else. It wasn't the first library in the ancient world. But it was almost certainly the largest this was due to its status as a major trading hub and the standing rule of the city that any ship which arrived in port was to have any books on board taken to the library where they would be copied while the library has gotten all the attention was part of a larger complex called the museum. Which is greek for the institute of the muses. It is the origin of the greek word for museum. The museum was the ancient equivalent of university. This was the real intellectual center of the city where scholars would come to study. Anatomy astronomy poetry languages. Music and more and this of course will all be dealt with in more detail in a future. Episode alexandria became sucked into roman politics. When the roman general pompey was defeated. By julius caesar and fled their caesar followed only to find pompey killed and he met the young queen of egypt. Cleopatra this was when the great fire at the library of alexandria occurred the result was that egypt became a protectorate of rome and years later mark. Anthony went there to take cleopatra's a wife and they were defeated by octavius and egypt became a roman province and the dynasty ended under the romans..

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"alexandria" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:21 min | 8 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"We first need to understand egypt if you look at a map of egypt today. It's like a rectangular posted stamp in the upper right corner of africa however most of the land which constitutes egypt is totally empty. It's desert if you look at a nighttime satellite image of egypt. All of the lights in the country are located along a line going down the nile river. This is where everyone lives. And this fact about egypt hasn't really changed over thousands of years historically everything about egypt was centered around the nile the desert to the east and the west of the nile protected egypt from invasion. There was some threat from nubia in the south. And what is today modern day on. But it wasn't huge almost every threat that egypt faced always came from the north almost all of the invasions of egypt came from the levant babylon persia and greece all invaded egypt from pretty much the same direction. It surprising then that so much of the infrastructure built in ancient egypt was built further south while egypt did have some settlements on the mediterranean. They didn't have anything resembling something. Like alexandria when alexander. The great began his conquest of the known world. He came through egypt and establish the city in three thirty one bc. He named the city alexandria after himself which was pretty much something he did in every place that he conquered. There were cities named after alexander all throughout the middle east to india. There was already a small town located nearby. Called rick otas according to legend. Alexander didn't have any chalk so when he laid out the outline of the city with grain. It was quickly eaten by seagulls. The reason why the location was selected. Was that it had the potential for a harbor. The really weren't any good harbors along the mediterranean in the nile delta which is one of the reasons why ancient egyptians never had a major city there. The harbor of alexandria would have to be built but alexander had the foresight to see how it could be done when alexander left egypt. He left alexandria never to return again. Well he wouldn't return again while he was alive. More on that in a bit the person who was left to actually lay out the city was as chief architect dino kratz of roads democrats designed alexandria to be a pretty typical greek settlement. However there were some major differences for starters. They're hydraulic engineering involved. Which was done to bring fresh water from the nile right into the city. Secondly right from the outset he planned for something called the hep to stati on. They have to study on which got its name from. Being seven greek stadia long was a six hundred foot long land bridge that connected the mainland of alexandria to the island of pharos which is right off the coast. The hip to steady on was the basis of the two harbors of alexandria and once it was built the then former island of pharos became the location of the famous lighthouse of alexandria. And i should note here. That right from its very founding. Alexandria might have been located in egypt. But it was fundamentally a greek city when alexander died he left no successor so his top generals split up the empire and went to war with each other one of his top generals ptolemy race. Back to egypt after the death of alexander and took alexander's body with him. It was there that he established himself. As the first pharaoh of the ptolemaic dynasty the last dynasty of egypt ptolemy set up the capital of his new dynasty in alexandria. This is the dynasty that cleopatra belong to and the dynasty was pretty much all macedonian..

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The Story of Colonia Dignidad, Chile's Secret Nazi Cult

Let's Start A Cult

01:46 min | 9 months ago

The Story of Colonia Dignidad, Chile's Secret Nazi Cult

"To avoid being arrested by authorities schaefer accompanied by a few of his followers fled west germany in nineteen sixty one and sought refuge in the middle east there. He was introduced to prominent chilean embassador. Who invited him to live. In chile at the time chile was under president. George alexandria whose administration granted shaffer a farm located a few kilometers outside the city of peril and chilies linear Liniers province sure. We'll go with the government's help. He bought a forty four hundred acre ranch located at the foot holes of the andy mountains and established a religious. Commune called collina dignidad which translates to dignity. Colin and we will soon see that it was anything but dignity sounds sounds like it's going to be on the up and up. Yes that's one way to put. Founded on william m bronze teaching colonia dignidad espoused principles like anti-communism and strict adherence to the bible given schafer's passed as a member of the hitler youth and an officer of the let. Oh god left quaff left while you got this one again lutwa. Thank you for help. Every every time on that one as religious commun- was also heavily influenced by nazism of course colonia dignified began with surprise. The nazi has influence colonia dignidad began with ten of schafer's original followers. But as the years passed its members swelled. This was field. By waves of immigrants from germany who were enticed by the communist way of living which involves sustainable. Agriculture practices and numerous charity works for the local population. However what they found upon arriving in chile was something else entirely.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina

"It's time for us to travel east again. In this episode we encountered the towering figure of cyril of alexandria cyril may have been born to lead church in alexandria. He was certainly groomed for it. Throughout cereals young life his uncle theophilus had reigned as bishop and the office ruled with a heavy hand. You might remember him. From several past episodes. It was the office who encouraged divisions between various groups of egyptian monks. It was theophilus. Who worked with epa fania of cyprus to conduct an international purge of origins influence in the church. It was the office who orchestrated the downfall of the bishop of constantinople. John chris system. The office was jealous for the power of the egyptian church. Since the time of the apostles alexandria had been honored as one of the three major bishoprics of the church. The others were roman antioch. But in the fourth century another city the imperial capital constantinople rose in prominence and importance. The awfulness feared the eclipse of his own churches influence and resented the power. The bishop of constantinople enjoyed simply because of his access to the emperor and the year four. Three he presided at the senate of the oak. The kangaroo court that deposed john chris system and prepared the way for his exile and death. The office was accompanied on that venture by his nephew. Cyril who was probably in his mid twenties cyril surely remained in close contact with his uncle and may have continued working with them. The office would rule as bishop for another nine years when he died in four. Twelve cyril was chosen to be his successor. Riots followed the announcement. Some alexandrian had grown weary of theophilus brutal style of governance and they wanted a change. Pagans and jews were alienated and even the provincial governor arrest. Us was disappointed by the choice of cyril as bishop cyril remained however and so did. The violence alexandria had a reputation as a rough and rowdy city dominated by gang violence. There were even gangs of thuggish christian monks who were always ready to brawl. The office had often exploited divisions to cultivate political and ecclesiastical allies the australis sewed the wind but cyril reap the whirlwind. The first years of cereals episcopate were marred by street fights and riots which he could do little to control in four fifteen came the riot that would ever after be invoked as alexandria's shame in march of that year. During the holy season of lent a christian mob hijacked to the carriage of the pagan philosopher. Hypoxia they dragged her into a nearby church where they stripped her naked and tortured her tearing out her eyes and murdering her slowly by cutting her with pot shards when she was dead they mutilated her body and dragged her remains through the streets before.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Alexandria Tree Services Unlimited

Alexandria Tree Services Unlimited

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Alexandria Tree Services Unlimited

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"alexandria" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

Northern Kentucky Spotlight

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight

"Away everyone according clear here and I'm joined today by mayor any schauble mayor of the city of Alexandria. Some people may not know that it's the home to one of the county's two courthouses and I believe is one of the oldest cities in the county maybe northern, Kentucky not sure on the the ear, but it's also happens to my hometown. So the special place in my heart. So thank you to marry shovel for brain to chat today and tell us a little bit what's going on in the. EXCITED TO HER Well great while we'll start off with Kevin. Easy question. So what do you think are northern Kentucky's greatest assets. What might you say to someone who's thinking about relocating to Northern Kentucky but specifically Alexandria? A donkey and especially Alexandra is just a big community. You know that from growing up here everybody kind of knows everybody's related to somebody in it's just such a home town small town feel but you're also close to the major you know since the Cincinnati fifteen minutes to the south the you're in the middle of basically God's country with rolling hills, cows, fifteen minutes, North Year, downtown, Cincinnati. So city of Alexandria motto is where the city meets the country. That's that's truly how it is, and so it's it really is the best of both worlds with the cows and major sports teams as far as reds and Bengals, and such like that. Nine that's very well put. It. Didn't I didn't know this city's motto for Awhile. But growing up I would always when I tried to tell people about where I came from especially from other parts a state I always said I'm kind of on the suburban fringe they didn't live in a subdivision, but it's like five Manson, your deep division five minutes deep in the country. So it's really really is kind of straddling the two worlds in Well, I have to say so. So I've been seen a lot of development happening in Alexander's specifically with residential development in I know there's more to be planned as well. How do you anticipate this impacting transportation in the city education workforce all those important things right. We are growing leaps and bounds. We have arcadia subdivision. So over eleven hundred housing units just in that one subdivision by itself that's the size of some some of our cities in Campbell county basically We also have a three other active subdivisions going on, and so we're getting some traffic for sure on that, we're working with the Kentucky State of. Kentucky and sometimes we try and fix one issue. It just creates something else that we didn't anticipate but that we're figuring that out and trying to work hard on that as far as education goes I've been in contact with Dr Rust who's the Superintendent Campbell County schools he assures me they have plenty of space.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Forty the Billboard in Alexandria this is the largest volume for dealer in the tri state and let them see you time and money number one four weeks and that's my cast Russi Ford where is a good example of well why in my yeah Bloomberg's not going anywhere he's he's already spent a quarter of a billion or whatever he's he may spend a billion on his own campaign at some point in time is going to come to the realization that yeah his he's not he's not going to stand a chance but he'll continue then to pump millions millions and hundreds of millions more into other democratic campaigns around the country like he did in twenty twenty eighteen but starting with Virginia gun control bills and measures there's been a hot topic as of late right and we all know because now they've got the democratic majority in the entire state house Senate governor December of twenty nineteen last month someone increase in fire arms sales forty seven percent compared to the previous year yeah a long story short Virginia sold about seventy four thousand guns last month alone in the past thirty years there's only one month that toppled those numbers and that would be December of twenty twelve that was a holiday season where it had some to do with the governor then removing the restriction of only being allowed to buy one gun a month and that's what's going back in place now so that's what's happening in Virginia and meanwhile mom Bloomberg is actually out there on the campaign trail saying that the average American citizen the average should should should not be carrying a weapon you should not be allowed to possess a gun now we have to pick up there the following news update as we head into our final hour here on America's trucking never this is news radio seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jobless Cincinnati the Senate impeachment trial set to resume later this afternoon after a long night so on Capitol Hill this is for clock report good morning I'm rob carpenter breaking now the question and answer phase of president trump's impeachment trial in the Senate continued late into Wednesday night with White House lawyers arguing that allowing additional witnesses will add weeks to the trial from lawyer Jay Sekulow here's why won't I want to shift I one hundred mine I want Joe Biden I want I want the whistle blower house impeachment manager Adam Schiff they're doing the same thing to the Senate they did to the house which is you try to investigate the president you try to try the president we will tie you and your entire chamber up in knots for weeks and months there could be a vote Friday on additional witnesses Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday he did not yet have the votes to block it in a shift the president's trial defenders say a trade of military aid for political favors even if proven is not grounds for impeachment Richard Cantu.

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"alexandria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"alexandria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Alexandria, alexandria. There are three branches of government. Legislative there's the executive judicial branches of there was last. What has? Jews into this. Oh. That would be that would be the supreme court there'd be the federal court system. The judicial branch of government Alexandria. I've been on. I did. And. Because. One person you're not you can't understand. Awesome. Alexandria, Brown person who had rich parents and had a great college education and everything paid for until you decided to get into politics before she decided to get into bartending. Oh, that's right. How how is the bartending doing a in DC right now? I bet I bet it's not doing so well with the government shutdown because all the federal employees who usually would be drinking at the bar is you're at the beer taps. A don't have money to pay. Bartend anymore. I am now. A member of the house of representatives. And that's. I said why now? Did you just say that you're white male? We're putting you down as a white male. Invokes disgusting. Are you white? I am Irish. My people. Hear people you have people. I defy as the unicorn. So let's get that straight. I have no idea how it works. As a black man named Jerome. I'm.

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